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ヒット激しく速く
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Out of all the sections there are on this forum this is the sure isn't the one fitted for this question, next time try to think and use proper logic when posting. This question is hardware related so of course the obvious choice would be the hardware section or at least the the game discussion section >.<. And no both CPU and video seems to be to low for this game, it may work but with very poor performance.
 

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The Hunter
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Out of all the sections there are on this forum this is the sure isn't the one fitted for this question, next time try to think and use proper logic when posting. This question is hardware related so of course the obvious choice would be the hardware section or at least the the game discussion section >.<. And no both CPU and video seems to be to low for this game, it may work but with very poor performance.
Questions about games in specific, such as these, always go to Game Discussion, so also if it's about hardware requirements. Hardware discussion is for news and problems that isn't directly related to gaming, but has the focus on the hardware itself.

Usually the title of your thread already indicates where it should be :)

Anyway, Mirvana, there's no chance that game, or any other recently released, will run on that hardware, unfortunately.
 

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The Hunter
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Oh no biggie, you're welcome :)
 

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Hackin 'n Slashin
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Of course even better than posting this type of thread in the correct section is first checking the officially released minimum and recommended requirements and then only posting if you don't understand whether your card fits into the requirements or not.

And though especially with CPU power they often get it disastrously wrong sites like SystemRequirementsLab also help you determine whether you can run a game or not.
Can You Run It
 

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Hackin 'n Slashin
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You're welcome :) though as I said they do get it wrong now and then, but that's usually only when you know your hardware can run a game and they say you can't due to your processor or not having enough VRAM on your card or having the wrong OS or something like that eventhough you have way more than the neccessary power usually not the other way round.
For instance a year ago when I checked if I could run Red Alert 3 it told me I could not because I was not running Vista, then a couple of months ago it told me I have a 12Ghz processor...which is not how multi-core technology works and just today when I checked based on your question whether I could run Dragon Age (which I know I easily can) it reported my card to have 2.6GB VRAM which is nonesense, my card has 896MB VRAM and then when it was checking for free HDD space it read the free space on my external rather either of my two internal drives, so do keep in mind that site can get things wrong, but as I said that's mainly when you have way more than the required specs, not if you're below the minimum.
 
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